The Collaborative Approach To Divorce

Are you looking for an alternative to the traditional divorce process? Collaborative law is the means that an increasing number of divorcing couples are using to settle their divorce out of court.

What Is Collaborative Law?

In collaborative law, each party is represented by a lawyer. These parties then negotiate the divorce settlement, agreeing to all issues out of court. A neutral mediator will help the parties overcome initial disagreements regarding important aspects of the divorce. While the exact length may vary, many collaborative divorces can be accomplished in one to four mediated sessions lasting a couple of hours each. The final agreement is then presented to the family court, and the divorce is final.

Sound easy?

It can be a more painless process than a traditional divorce. However, it requires both parties to the divorce to act in good faith to resolve potential areas of dispute. It also requires an ability to meet face-to-face and to be able to negotiate fairly. This is not the case in all divorces, of course. Many couples simply cannot agree on important aspects involved in the dissolution of a marriage. Divorce is a significant, complicated and life-altering legal process. At times, disagreement is unavoidable.

However, particularly for divorcing couples who will see each other after the divorce for children or other reasons, a collaborative divorce may make the most sense. If collaborative divorce cannot resolve all issues, then litigation is still an option.

We Can Help

At The Law Office Of Randy Mora, PLLC, we can help you determine if collaborative divorce is right for you. A client-oriented family law attorney, Mr. Mora tailors his representation according to the needs of his clients. That means our office will listen to your story and goals, and then work with you to create a legal strategy that works for you and your family.

An award-winning attorney, including being named to the Top 40 Under 40 by The National Advocates in 2016 and 2017, Mr. Mora has the knowledge and skill to help you navigate divorce in a way that is appropriate for you.

Want To Know More? Schedule An Initial Consultation Today.

We are available to answer questions and explore whether a collaborative divorce will work for you in an initial consultation at our San Antonio, Texas, office. Call 210-446-0306 or reach us online.